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March 12, 2010

Orioles: Upcoming pitching probables

The Orioles announced the revised pitching schedule following today's rainout at Ed Smith Stadium:

Saturday @ Yankees

Guthrie
Simon
Berken
Meredith
Albers
Castillo

Saturday "B" Game vs. Marlins (7 innings, 10:00 a.m.)

Hendrickson
Gonzalez
Sarfate
Hinckley
George

Sunday vs. Phillies

Matusz
Johnson
Uehara
Mickolio
Ohman

Sunday B Game @ Pirates (9 innings, 10:00 a.m.)

Arrieta
Erbe
Patton
Spoone
Lebron

Monday @ Red Sox

Bergesen
Tillman

The Orioles also announced that these seven minor leaguers will fill out the roster for tomorrow's "B" game against the Marlins:

Tyler Henson - LF
Ronnie Welty - RF
Danny Figueroa - extra OF
Joel Guzman - DH
Andy Gonzalez - Middle INF
Phil Britton - C
Brian Ward - C


Posted by Peter Schmuck at 5:43 PM | | Comments (4)
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Is that the same Joel Guzman who was a Dodgers farmhand up until 2006?

Boy, that kid looked like he had a huge future back then...

ROFL @ NB

Saw you in Bradenton the other night.
Now, for any fans coming down from the northeast via I95:

Just a heads-up to any of your readers regarding travelling to spring training via motor vehicle. From I95 to W I295 around Jacksonville, DO NOT TAKE US301 S toward Gainesville via Lawtey/Waldo, and 24W to I75. This area is No. 1 IN THE NATION as speedtraps-ville. Just Google it. My son and I know first hand. This is no joke.
Sorry about the rain-out today - was looking forward to our only game at Ed Smith.
/dep

The above looks like a Chinese menu. With apologies to the late, great Warren Zevon ...

I saw a Warehouser with Chinese menu in his hand ...

I'll have the Guthrie salad with smoked Simon. To drink, I'd like a Berken, shaken not stirred. My vegetables will be Meredith and Albers. And for dessert, I'd like the Fried Apple Castillo.

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